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Jeff Stoutland
Offensive Line Coach

Biography

After spending two seasons coaching one of the nation’s most dominant offensive lines at the University of Alabama, Jeff Stoutland joined the Eagles as the team’s offensive line coach in the 2013 offseason.


One of the nation’s most respected offensive line coaches, Stoutland brings 27 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Eagles, including lengthy stints at Miami (2007-10), Michigan State (2000-06) and Syracuse (1997-99).

In his first season in Philadelphia, Stoutland was part of an offense that helped set franchise records in points, total net yards, touchdowns, passing yards and fewest turnovers. Stoutland coached a unit that paved the way for league-leading rusher LeSean McCoy and saw two of his offensive linemen (Jason Peters and Evan Mathis) garner All-Pro and Pro Bowl accolades.

Stoutland's 2012 offensive line unit featured two first-team All-America selections in Barrett Jones and Chance Warmack, who helped pave the way for an Alabama offense that guided the Tide to their second consecutive BCS National Championship. The unit helped the Crimson Tide rank 20th nationally in rushing and 15th in scoring offense. In addition, Jones became Alabama's first Rimington Trophy winner as the nation's top center.

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After spending two seasons coaching one of the nation’s most dominant offensive lines at the University of Alabama, Jeff Stoutland joined the Eagles as the team’s offensive line coach in the 2013 offseason.


One of the nation’s most respected offensive line coaches, Stoutland brings 27 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Eagles, including lengthy stints at Miami (2007-10), Michigan State (2000-06) and Syracuse (1997-99).

In his first season in Philadelphia, Stoutland was part of an offense that helped set franchise records in points, total net yards, touchdowns, passing yards and fewest turnovers. Stoutland coached a unit that paved the way for league-leading rusher LeSean McCoy and saw two of his offensive linemen (Jason Peters and Evan Mathis) garner All-Pro and Pro Bowl accolades.

Stoutland's 2012 offensive line unit featured two first-team All-America selections in Barrett Jones and Chance Warmack, who helped pave the way for an Alabama offense that guided the Tide to their second consecutive BCS National Championship. The unit helped the Crimson Tide rank 20th nationally in rushing and 15th in scoring offense. In addition, Jones became Alabama's first Rimington Trophy winner as the nation's top center.

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